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Smart farmers' markets
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THE Woodside Market is the place to go if you are looking for a market
with a variety of produce in a relaxed country atmosphere. Run by
the local Lions club, the market is held on the morning of every third
Saturday of the month, in and around the Woodside Institute Hall. The
large variety of stalls offer everything from books, clothing and jewellery
through to handcrafted items. There is also a good selection of fresh
produce including fruit, vegetables, fresh bread and pastries, honey and
olive oil, as well as local Adelaide Hills gardeners selling plants and bulbs.
smartfarmer's CARLA WIESE-SMITH dropped in at the January market
to see what was on offer.
Alison Mason, Seasonal Surplus, Forest Range, is out the front of the Woodside hall each market.
They offer a range of fresh fruit and vegetables and jams made from their own produce.
Millbrook Valley Farm,
Millbrook, is another
regular. The business
specialises in extra
virgin olive oil and
natural honey, as well
as other seasonal
Jan Farley, Jan's Succulents, Red Creek, at the Woodside Market for the second time. She now
hopes to be a regular stallholder.
Derek Gibbins, Country Posies, Nairne, is a regular
at Woodside Market, selling a range of plants and
Rebecca Flavell, Forest Range, sells her Mallee
honey each month.
Hill Top Wines is a market regular. Owner
Bob Ryder, One Tree Hill, has a wide range
to choose from.
Jen and Terry Howes, Lobethal, at Woodside
for the first time. They were marketing
The Organic Gardener, an Australian liquid
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